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Founded by two German designers, Desiree Heiss (1972) and Ines Kaag (1970), in 1993. They locate themselves in Berlin, Germany. Released their first collection in 1995. The concept of deep, refreshing start of creating a product inspired not only the fashion industry but was highly admired by many artists. The "N° 00 FurWigs" released in 1996 was included in the 1997 A/W Martin Margela collections, and made a sensational appeal to the world. Then on, they have worked with brands such as Levis and Adidas, who would supply the materials, and the pair would create products such as garments and scarf (N10 Scarfs/2000) and a innovative product (N26 Cable Jewellery 2005) where they used cables from music equipments and used it as accessories. Not only do they focus on garments, but they tend to set their eyes into our daily products, seeking for a creative lifestyle.

"BLESS is a visionary substitute to make the near future worth living for. She is an outspoken female - more woman than girl. She's not a chosen beauty, but doesn't go unnoticed. Without a definite age she could be more between her mid twenties and forties. B. hangs around with a special style of man. She has no nationality and thinks that sport is quite nice. She's always attracted by temptations and loves change. She lives right now and her surroundings are charged by her presence. She tends to be future orientated.

BLESS is a project that presents ideal and artistic values by products to the public." Ines Kaag & Desirée Heiss

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